Vice President for Student Affairs
A distinguished record of at least ten years of relevant and progressive management or leadership in higher education at the director level or above, a doctorate or terminal degree, preferably in counseling, student personnel, higher education administration, or related field, and an outstanding record working directly with students, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni. Applicants must have knowledge of and experience implementing programs consistent with sound student development theories.
In addition, the Vice President for Student Affairs will be expected to:
* Design student service and co-curricular programs which emphasize student learning, in its broadest sense, in the development of all programs and services
* Possess strong interpersonal and organizational skills
* Have a commitment to support and promote a culturally diverse environment
* Understand and create a campus community that expects high standards of academic performance, social behavior, and citizenship, and provide support services to assist all students in meeting these standards
* Have a thorough understanding of the academic programs of a research university and be able to work effectively with the faculty and University on student retention initiatives
* Effectively manage resources to hire and retain highly qualified staff to provide superior service to students
* Manage complex personnel and fiscal issues
* Engage, plan, and implement private fundraising activities throughout the Division of Student Affairs
* Possess an earned doctorate or other terminal degree, preferably in a student affairs-related field
* Student Affairs management and leadership experience required
* Perform other related duties as assigned.